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Published On: Fri, Jul 10th, 2015

Jesse Ventura hits Donald Trump on immigration with Nazi analogy

On the latest episode of his political talk show “Off the Grid,” former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura comments on some of the craziest things the 2016 Republican presidential contenders have said on issues ranging from same-sex marriage to drones and birth control.

During the episode, Jesse Ventura addresses Donald Trump directly about his comments on immigration.

“First of all, Donald, Mexico isn’t sending the people. They’re not down there, lining up like the Lotto, to see who gets picked to go across the border. That’s a people decision. The people in Mexico that choose to cross our border are not doing it with the blessing of their government, they’re doing it just like probably your relatives did at some point. They’re coming here to experience the American dream. But I guess because they’re skin is brown, we need to put a wall up. If their skin was white, we’d welcome them in, right, Don?”

Donald Trump donkeyhoteyDonald Trump is now accusing Mexicans of being responsible for “tremendous infectious disease … pouring across the border.” He accused the Mexican government of “forcing their most unwanted people into the United States” which has become a “dumping ground for Mexico.” “The worst elements in Mexico are being pushed into the United States by the Mexican government,” Trump said in a statement he released.

Jesse Ventura’s opinion piece about these comment are on his blog.

Jesse Ventura Off the Grid photo

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